Category Archives: Politics
Hey, SNP, do your job
Solitude defined by internet use is a blight on our mental stability. Having succumbed, I know that only introspection and self-control can recover a stable equilibrium. Speaking of which, the SNP need an intervention. They have forgotten that their purpose, … Continue reading
The Queen may be dead, just don’t expect the Monarchy to follow
I recall ridiculing the discombobulation and the unhinged commentary in the immediate aftermath of the eleventh of September attacks, with the understanding that in their shoes I’d be similarly shell-shocked. Even comedians lost their shit and demanded instant retribution. When … Continue reading
The sale of Chelsea FC – a referendum on what doesn’t matter
Forest Gump winning the Best Picture Oscar in 1995 over Pulp Fiction and Shawshank Redemption seemed scandalous at the time, and it becomes more perplexing as time passes. Despite being nauseatingly sentimental, it has moments, and lines that have attained … Continue reading
Trans-rights – is what’s fair, what’s right?
When it comes to current events the immediate attention of most lies elsewhere. Dwelling on it all too long, that we have the most craven self-interested government imaginable in charge for this situation, one that’s courted and grasped Russian wealth … Continue reading
So, in almost eight years of blogging, what’s the most embarrassing thing I’ve written?
The older I get the more I hurry when doing mundane tasks. Often I attempt to do three things at once and in a fragmented mess fail to conclude any of them, that or I carry a general anxiety that … Continue reading
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